PROJECT TITLE :
Frequency-Domain-Equalization-Aided Iterative Detection of Faster-than-Nyquist Signaling
A reduced-complexity three-stage-concatenated faster-than-Nyquist signaling (FTNS)-based mostly transceiver design is proposed, which operates with the help of sentimental call (SoD) frequency-domain equalization (FDE) at the receiver. More specifically, the decoding algorithm conceived allows us to achieve near-capacity performance as an specific benefit of iterative detection, which is capable of eliminating the intersymbol interference imposed by FTNS. The proposed SoD FDE-aided FTNS detector has low decoding complexity that linearly increases upon increasing the FTNS block length and, hence, is particularly beneficial for sensible long-dispersion eventualities. Furthermore, extrinsic information transfer charts are used for designing a near-capability three-stage-concatenated turbo FTNS system, that exhibits an specific turbo cliff within the low-signal-to-noise-ratio region, hence outperforming its conventional 2-stage-concatenated FTNS counterpart.
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